I've decided I need a doublestack 1911 in 9mm
And I've been looking at the Alchemy Quantico and the Nighthawk.
My question is on either of these how much thicker is the grip frame in YOUR hand.
I tried a Staccato p and I felt the grip frame was to thick or wide for me .
Just picked this up yesterday... lightweight, excellent build quality/fit and finish. Smooth as butter.
Looks easy to conceal, even with the 15 round capacity. Slightly larger and thicker than my Wilson EDC X9S.
This appears to be a winner and an excellent value for those looking at double...
Been considering a double stack 1911 but I Don’t have large hands. For comparison, I have no issue with my single stack 1911s with medium triggers or my Glock 19 with a flat trigger. Any inputs would be appreciated.
Up for sale next is a Wilson Combat EDC X9L that I got in a trade. The original owner said he put 300 rounds through it, but it sure doesn't look like even that! It is in excellent condition with the exception of some finish wear on the rail from a light being mounted on it - I show this in the...
That is not a typo, the company was named 'Entreprise' and this is my latest impulse buy. Apparently they were around from the mid-'90s to early-'00s, started by selling FALs that they were putting together, moved to selling wide body 1911 kits and then their own line of double stack 1911s...
Some of you have probably already send this but I thought it was good background reading on the evolution of the 1911/2011.
I started thinking about my next 1911 acquisition and felt I should give a double stack a shot. Curious whether other addicts ever had the same urge.
1. Do you own one? If so, would you buy it again if you had to do it over again?
2. I've seen them in 45ACP, 9mm and also .40S&W - any...